| George Kerevan |
(journalist, economist, politician)
|Born||28 September 1949|
|Alma mater||University of Glasgow|
George Kerevan (born 28 September 1949) is a Scottish journalist, economist, and Scottish National Party politician. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for East Lothian from 2015, until he lost his seat at the snap 2017 UK General Election.
He joined the Alba Party in 2021.
In 1996, Kerevan left Labour to join the Scottish National Party. He went on to stand unsuccessfully as the SNP candidate for Edinburgh East at the 2010 UK General Election, as well as an SNP candidate in the Lothian region in the 2011 Scottish Parliament election.
George Kerevan eventually stood successfully as the SNP candidate for East Lothian at the 2015 UK General Election. He won 25,104 votes, a majority of 6,803, and unseated the then-incumbent Labour MP Fiona O'Donnell. He was a member of the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee. He subsequently lost his seat in the 2017 snap election to Martin Whitfield of the Labour Party, who won with a majority of 3,083 votes over Kerevan.
Documents by George Kerevan
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)||Description|
|Document:5G Trade Wars: the US Empire Strikes Back||Article||16 May 2019||Huawei|
US-China trade war
|The global 5G marketplace in the control of private monopoly capitalism will result in something akin to Orwell’s 1984 nightmare. That will turn every man, woman and child on the planet into a consumer automaton monitored continuously by big business.|
|Document:Black Cube, the "Mossad" of Commercial Spying||Article||28 February 2019||Mossad|
|Michael Drury, the former legal head of GCHQ, has set up in practice defending Russian oligarchs and bankers being chased by the main UK bank regulator (FCA) and the Serious Fraud Office: I wonder what he does for Black Cube?|
|Document:Who is Sajid Javid? An everyday tale of Hedge Funds and Financial Intrigue||Article||25 July 2019||Sajid Javid|
|Sajid Javid presents himself as the upwardly mobile son of a Pakistani bus driver. In reality, he is a culpable agent of global finance capital and its hedge fund pirates. At heart, they are opposed to all forms of international financial regulation – hence their support for Brexit.|